Diminutive Delaware claims much of the Delmarva Peninsula, an area of fertile farmland and sea. Its coastline of beaches, rivers and estuaries is rich with shellfish—especially oysters—and shorebirds. At the mouth of Delaware Bay, Cape Henlopen State Park campgrounds draw visitors to a sandy hook of land with nature trails, bike paths, beaches and dunes. Lewes, founded in 1631 and the oldest colony in America, is filled with historic buildings and great seafood restaurants. In Wilmington, the legacy of the du Pont family lives on in the Hagley Museum and Library, a 235-acre complex along the Brandywine River.
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